This guide contains directions for wiring a Voron V0.1 using the pre-cut, pre-terminated cables included in the LDO kit. Currently, these directions are only compatible with a direct-feed toolhead setup (sorry bowden folks!). Important! Mains wiring should only be performed by certified personnel trained in local regulations and safety standards.
The following items have been soldered to cables for your convenience. In theory, there is no need to solder or crimp anything, unless you wish to add connectors in the middle:
The following items should have pre-cut lengths, labels, and crimped connectors:
The following cables are labelled and crimped with connectors:
Currently, stepper motor cables are not pre-cut to length (The extruder motor cable should be just long enough). They are purposely left longer than needed for people with different setups. You may choose to cut them or leave them as is during wiring.
Your kit should include a pre-wired AC inlet. Double check that the wiring correct, the final layout should be as follows:
Take the inlet cable included in the kit and attach the wires using the above layout as reference. When wired correctly, your live wire will be protected by a fuse, and the switch on the front side of the inlet will operate correctly (lights up when turned on).
Follow the official manual for how to place the 24V and 5V power supplies. Cut an approximately 16cm long section of PVC wiring duct and place it like this:
Let's go over how the power supplies will be wired:
Install the AC inlet and complete the wiring of the power supplies, the end result should look something similar to this:
Finally, cover up the PVC duct and PSU.
First let's place the SKR main board, Raspberry Pi, and the remaining PVC duct. Our layout is slightly different from the official assembly manual:
Make sure to leave enough clearance at the bottom side for the USB cable.
First, let's connect the power supply, the USB cable, and heatbed cables, the layout is as follows:
Now connect the Y and Z Endstops, make sure that you used the cutouts reserved for each respective endstop cable in the panels.
Run the bundle of toolhead cables through the motor panel and straight into the top end of the PVC duct. Our layout will look like this:
Be especially careful with the hotend fan connection, as it is easy to insert either pin into the wrong place (double check with the manual). The end result should look like this:
Finally we connect the remaining motor cables. The motor cables are longer than needed, you may choose to cut them or leave them as is (we cut ours). Also don't forget the bowden tube.
After connecting all the wires, you can now cover up the PVC duct. Wiring is now complete!